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Blue Hole Mineral Spring sits 24 feet below the ground in a cavernous opening completely encased by Karst limestone. The natural mineral water in the spring is 35 feet deep; However, the edges of the spring are shallow for guests to stand or sit down. Thrill seekers and staff entertain guests with dives only a daredevil can perform. Some guests jump into the spring, others choose to climb in using a safe iron ladder. Naturally occurring minerals in Blue Hole Mineral Spring are recognized for their therapeutic value. Guests often enjoy a Blue Hole Mineral massage where staff will purify, exfoliate, and soften your skin.
The Blue Hole is about an hour and half away from Montego Bay, Jamaica. Just as the name suggests, it is literally a hole in the earth’s surface. Upon peering inside, you discover that it is also a portal into paradise with sparkling turquoise water below.
If you are not interested in going into the Blue Hole Mineral Spring, you can swim in the neighboring, ground-level pool that is filled with the same mineral found inside the spring.
Mineral water is known for its many healing properties. It is believed to help relieve aches and pains as well as calm the mind. While it is not scientifically proven that the waters of the Blue Hole have any benefits, you will leave the spring feeling energized and refreshed by the cool water and in awe of the stunning scenery.
Visiting the Blue Hole Mineral Spring in Jamaica costs $10 per person. It opens every day at 9:00 a.m. and closes after dark.
There’s more to Blue Hole Mineral Spring Jamaica than just the mineral springs! If you’re not up to swimming in the 22-foot hole, you can still indulge in the therapeutic properties of the mineral water in Blue Hole’s in-ground the swimming pool. After you swim, sit back and relax with a refreshing Red Stripe at the thatched-roof bar. You might even get caught there for a few hours chatting with some locals.
For more adventure while in Little Bay, visit the Little Bay All Age School, recently renovated as
one of our Rockhouse Foundation projects. Across the street from the school, have a bite to eat and a cold Red Stripe at the Guinep Tree, owned and operated by Tiki Johnson and his wife Tasha. Tiki can tell you all about the Rockhouse Foundation; in addition to being a lifelong resident of Little Bay, he is also the Foundation’s lead painter on all its projects.
There’s more to Jamaica than its many resorts, and we are here to help you discover it.
Watch the life guards leap from overhanging trees to dive 55 ft. into the spring.
There is plenty of room to swim and float in this 40 ft by 50 ft. pool and the depth is 35 ft.
A separate swimming pool is feed by the same mineral water.
They open at 9 am and have a bar/grill, cabana and volleyball court so you can spend the day here and enjoy the county side.
It is the perfect place to “chill”. There is music, a bar, a pool and the Blue Hole. They also have a hotel on property with a great rooftop overlooking Negril. The rooftop is the perfect place to hang out at night. You could spend 2-3 hours just enjoying the vibe around the Blue Hole.